Reskate Studios is creating glow in the dark street art across Europe.
The Harreman Project from Reskate Studios is creating an amazing experience with their street art that has multiple meanings depending on what time of day you see their pieces.
Quoted from their website:
Harreman. A Basque word that means relationship. It’s formed by the verbs HARTU (Receive) and EMAN (Give).
This project draws on reminiscence and the etymology of language, with an occasional nod to irony and showcases the use of photoluminescent paint, allowing multiple readings of the same work. Through the use of lights, the observer becomes an active participant; interacting with the work and creating its response to those actions.
By these interventions in the public space the intention is to try to light up dark corners of cities, both installing new lights and encouraging citizens to interact with the wall, painting with light on it.
Installation for the project Action Against Hunger that invites us to think about the power of involvement to find effective solutions against hunger.
(images and video courtesy of www.reskatestudio.com)